Josiah McElheny
Portrait of Light Industry, 2018
Archival inkjet pigment print on Canson Platine paper
22 x 14 inches
Signed edition of 10, 10 APs
$750

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R.H. Quaytman
Light Industry, 2011
Archival digital pigmented print with silkscreen on Museo Max paper
12.375 × 20 inches
Signed edition of 30, 5 APs

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Paul Chan
Untitled Poster for Susan Sontag's Promised Lands, 2010
Screenprint
41 x 27 inches
Signed edition of 100
$200

All proceeds from the sale of this edition will directly support the activities of Light Industry and The Film Desk.

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Matthew Thurber
Impossible Geometries, 2010
Risograph print
17 x 11 inches
Signed edition of 100
$25


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Amy Sillman
Poster for V.I. Pudovkin's Mechanics of the Brain, 2010
Silkscreen print
22 x 17 inches
Edition of 25

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Dash Shaw
Poster for Stanley Milgram's Obedience, 2010
Silkscreen print
22 x 17 inches
Edition of 25
$100


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Paul Chan
Poster for Wakefield Poole's Bijou, 2010
Silkscreen print
22 x 17 inches
Edition of 25
$100


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Eric Nylund
Poster for Dziga Vertov and the Rhythm of the Proletariat, 2010
Risograph print
17 x 11 inches

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Xander Marro
Poster for Obvious Dimensions, 2009
Silkscreen print
22 x 17 inches
$30

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Chris Marker and Jason Simon
Petite Planète Poster, 2006
Offset lithograph on heavy paper (stamped)
26 x 36 inches
$100

Chris Marker worked for the publishing house Editions du Seuil in the 1950s and, among other projects, he was responsible for Seuil's series of travel books, Petite Planète. Jason Simon, in consultation with Marker, collected every version of each book that Marker was directly involved with—either as editor, designer, cover photographer, author, or all of these roles together—for display at the cooperative gallery Orchard in 2006, as part of the exhibition Having Been Described in Words. After the show, Marker and Simon decided to produce a poster depicting the covers of the Petite Planète guides from 1954-64.

Simon has generously donated to Light Industry a rare edition of the poster, stamped on the verso with an image supplied by Marker: Guillaume-en-Egypte consulting his guide.

Unsigned editions of the poster are available through Callicoon Fine Arts.

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For more information about Light Industry's editions, please email information@lightindustry.org.